This is a great Thai dish, that isn't too spicy. It goes great with sticky rice. Originally it called for meat sliced thinly at 1.5" x 3" and placed on thin skewers like a ribbon. But I just use pork steaks with the bone cut out, and then cut into quarters.
When I was small, mom would make chicken satay with peanut sauce for company. It was only for special occasions, but it was one of my favorite dishes. I just started making it for my family and realized why it was only for company, IT'S HARD TO PREPARE THE CHICKEN. Slicing it into thin ribbons is tough work, especially in a small kitchen. But if I were to use chicken wings...
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